Access maps and car parks
How to get to the UAB
The easiest way to get to the UAB is on the motorway.
AP-7 towards Tarragona-Lleida if arriving from the north, or towards Girona if coming from Barcelona. Exit: Universitat Autònoma.
C-58. Barcelona-Sabadell-Terrassa. Exit: Universitat Autònoma
A number of secondary roads link the nearby towns with the campus.
You can use the "How to get to the UAB?" tool to local any point on the campus and search for the quickest and easiest way of getting
Remember that the campus is considered a 30kmph zone that motor vehicles have to share with pedestrians, cyclists and buses.
Where can I park?
Bellaterra campus of the UAB has almost 7,000 parking places. Check where they are on the map.
From 5th of November of 2012, the parking located beneath the "Plaza Cívica" is reserved for the exclusive use of the university community. If you want to know the operation parking you're able to click on the banner on the right menu.
You can use the "How to get to the UAB?" tool to local any point on the campus and find the nearest car park.
At peak times there may be up to 1,500 cars badly parked, making it difficult for others (other drivers, pedestrians, public transport users, cyclists or people with reduced mobility).
To guarantee everyone's right to use the campus Cerdanyola Council sends tow-away trucks to the campus every day that are used to keep the kerbsides, disabled parking places, pedestrian zones and loading and unloading areas clear of unauthorised vehicles.